Sill on Saturday, I'm afraid. The Saturday of my second New York pub crawl in two days. Don't worry. There;' not much left. At least not much I took notes on.
Rattle 'n' Hum
Looks quite small from the outside. The frontage is as narrow as many Amsterdam pubs. And, like many Amsterdam pubs, it stretches far to the rear. I'm sitting most of the way to the back. Where I can gaze admiringly at the Cask Ale Bar.
Green Flash IPA
The glass is sitting on the table a couple of feet away and I can smell the grapefruit. Guess I'm in for a citrus bomb. Not a bad temperature (i.e. quite warm). A bit like lemon and lime. Or alcoholic lemonade (have I used that one before?). It could actually do withe being a tad cooler. It's drinkable enough, but I wouldn't want a whole session on it. Definitely does taste like its 7% ABV and works pretty well as a cask beer.
Fuck. The beer menu lists the BA rating. That puts me off for a start. They have 3 UK cask beers. For those the BA rating is 100% meaningless.
See how sparse my notes are getting. That's fatigue setting in. We're so nearly, nearly finished.
Rattle 'n' Hum
14 East 33rd street,
New York 100016.
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